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A Technology Lift for the Indian Agricultural Farms

A Technology Lift for the Indian Agricultural Farms

Many tech firms tagged with startups are now focusing mainly on aiding India’s agricultural sector. These companies are optimizing the latest tech models to understand what it is that Indian agriculture needs are. For now, these companies are looking forward to insurers, banks, co-operatives of farmers along with development agencies to create an opportunity to have a social responsibility program to help farmers. Farmers in India do not have big holdings. Most of the farmers in India grow their crops either in their land or through a rented land.

Considering both the scenario it is evident that these farmers cannot afford any high tech solutions.

One such company that is focusing on this vertical is Cropln. It is currently focusing on public and private sector banks along with NBFCs so that the banks and insurers can provide a platform for the data on historical crops yielding. It will lead to forecasting yields through machine learning. The company’s specialty is that it will be using remote sensing satellites to determine what the crops are sowing in a particular region. These retrieved crop signatures in the past will be aiding in this process.

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